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for the shooter. >> let's go to the campus where christian schaffer has the latest. >> reporter: a lot of fear and confusion as police investigate this shooting. let me show you what's going on. as you look behind me, that is the morgan state student center off hillen road. just to the right of that on your television screen you'll see a pretty active crime scene. that is where the person, the victim in this case collapsed on to a trash can right outside the student center. there's also some clothing at the scene, which you can tell where we're standing was apparently bloody. that's outside the are a of morgan state. we've seen a number of police officers armed with riot shields enter the morgan state student center. as you said earlier, they do not have a suspect in custody. clearly, that was part of the search for that suspect. police have not identified the victim, nor have they told us whether he was a student at morgan statement of however, students who i've spoken with say that person, who was shot just a few months before the shooting, was inside the student center and, in fact, he was
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through the shock of all of this. christian schaffer talked to them tonight. >> the victim in this case was not the intended target of the shooting which happened early sunday morning. she was standing more than a block away from the gunman talking to her aunt. she has become the most recent victim of gun violence. >> a smile. >> reporter: she graduated from kenwood high in 2008 and worked at a local bank. she was at a party at her aunt's in northeast baltimore on saturday. two cars sped by as she was talking to her aunt and at least 100 yards away from them -- >> we heard the gunshots. >> they both dropped to the ground. but then she realized her niece has been struck in the chest. >> call 911. >> reporter: rescue crews took her to the hospital, but she did not survive. >> we didn't think she was going to leave us. but she left us and we miss her daily. >> reporter: a life cut short by a stray bullet. >> i came to her for everything. she was like my big sister to go to. >> reporter: family members are planning a funeral and are hoping police won't need witnesses or a long investigation
>>> gun fire on the campus of morgan statements university. i'm christian schaffer live with details coming up. before morgan there was stemmers run middle. hard lessons about guns in school. >> another clear day across the state but how many more bright sunny days could we be in for? >> i really really believe that doing something daily for my skin has definitely made me look younger. >> makeup for men? why guys want to get all dolled up. >>> we begin with three gun related incidents on school campuses in three weeks. two shootings and a student with gun on another campus. >> now a college campus. all of these since the beginning of school year. >>> the. >> the victim was shot inside of the students center. chris you've been following all night. >> tonight students here at morgan state university are free to move around today. the campus has been locked down after the shooting in the student center. still at this hour, police have not found the gunman. >> students tell us the victim had been inside the morgan state student center playing pool. >> we were in the game roo
in with christian schaffer. >> well, we're here live outside of m&t bank stadium. it is a fantastic day. i'm standing east of m&t bank stadium. take a look. everything is ready inside. out here it is pan -- an absolute party. everybody abs out here. some of tell tailgating literally raul day. the 7:00 start time is a little earlier. so people took the whole day off, maybe a half day from work and came down here. i just met a couple of my new friends. this is debbie. she's from carroll county. how long have you been coming out for tailgating. >>> 1996. >> what makes you come back? >> love our ravens. >> recently there was bad news. diagnosed with breast breassments how are you feeling? >> good. >> deb birks a lot of people. might call in sick. but you wanted her to still come. how did you make that happen? >> andrea has been my hero. we found out about a month ago about her diagnosis and she has been through her initial surgery and her initial testing before her chemo, and we felt this is where we needed to be. >> you will get an uplifting from the ravens. >> absolutely. go number 20. >> go
progress. now she has a new tool to make her life easier. christian schaffer has been following her story. this lady has been through so much. >> reporter: she was shot in the neck and paralyzed from the neck down. now shaunice can do much more. the company presented it to her this morning. when we first met her earlier this year sholy after the shooting she had a computer she could use but she had to move her head around to use it. now with this new one she can operate it by using her eyes. that makes it much easier to communicate with her family. she can take and send photos. she is strong enough to breathe and talk on her own. >> i feel much better. >> reporter: she was shot in the neck in may. she had stopped not far from her home. two men pulled up to her car, fired into this striking her in the neck. so far, they have no suspects. we'll have much more of her story tonight at 6 and 11. christian schaffer, abc2 news. >>> days after sharon love was here in our studio, the man convicted of killing her daughter yeardley, george huguely has decided to appeal. he was sentenced for the murd
interview tomorrow and tomorrow night at 11:00 our christian schaffer sat down with yeardley's mother and sister. >> before we go, here's a look at what we're working on. >> big reversal for chick-fil-a. what they will do now about funding for antimarriage groups. >> and first thing in the morning put on a layer because we'll wake up in the 40s by daybreak tomorrow. so a chilly night but it will warm up. >> i'm not ready for it. >> sunshine on the way until saturday. >> until saturday. >> here we go. that as all for us on abc2 news at 6:00. >> see you at 11. have a good evening. remember when you said men are superior drivers? yeah. yeah.
with the shooting last week on the campus of morgan state university. abc 2 news christian schaffer has been following this for us. he's live tonight in the news room. >> it looks like a drug deal went bad inside a first floor bathroom of the student center. one man was shot. the other ran out of the building. fortunately people not only saw him running but came forward to say so. >> this shooting led to a lockdown at the morgan state campus last week. the victim fell right next to this trash can outside the student center. the suspect ran away. he has now been identified as 20-year-old kelly ellerbee. police credit community intelligence for identifying him, in other words, people who were inside the student center when the shooting happened came forward. >> we do have numerous witnesses who were there at the scene and through talking with us were able to identify mr. ellerbee as our suspect. >> police say ellerbee nor the victim were students at morgan state leading to questions for how easy it is for nonstudents to come on campus and cause trouble. >> i think that certain buildings should
that will be homeless. >> reporter: reporting for "good morning maryland," christian schaffer, "abc 2 news." >> ruling from the maryland court of appeals applies statewide. this is the first apartment complex that we'll hearing of plans to get rid of all pit- bulls. his attorney will decide this month if he will file and injunction. we'll keep you posted. >>> time to check on our weather. lynette charles is here. what a glorious week. it has been fantastic. >> it has. you cannot complain about what we have been dealing with. it's been gorgeous out there. and we're a little chilly once again. we'll have more clouds moving n temperature-wise, still around the same area for a high temperature. we've been in the upper 70s to the low 80s. that is what i'm forecasting for today. the only difference with today is that year going to have the clouds begin to move into the area so instead of seeing all of that glorious sunshine, we'll see mostly cloudy skies at some point today. the temperatures coming in at 61 and edgemere and 64 in and we see the 50s in bel air. this is what we'll be dealing with as we go thr
don't know anything about the victim or the shooter. christian schaffer is on the scene. we'll bring you the latest as soon as we know more and bring you more at so keep it right here. >>> things have been gorgeous, temperatures in the 80-degree range in spots. 76 in edgewood. 79 in bel air. a new front on the move that will be a game changer as we push toward saturday, but in the meantime all this clear weather ahead of it, that's what we're in for. this line moves into the weekend. by the way, as we look at the rest of the evening tonight, a great time to fire up the grill, 70s and staying clear. a decent weather scenario. 57 first thing in the morning. back to you. >>> just one day, that's all they want, one day away from the stress. >> manny locke was there. >> number 52. >> reporter: the foundation and orioles came together for this event where critically ill children and their families got to enjoy play time and learn more about america's past time. >> it's important to have programs not just for cancer children but all critically ill children and in t just once i
with lots of breaking news. at least two people have been shot including a young child. christian schaffer is live on on the screen. >> that's right, shot on the hip. the injuries are not life- threatening. still a shocking thing to happen in this neighborhood at this hour. it happened in the 900 block. we're told that a young four- year-old was shot in the hip. his mother, a 33-year-old woman also shot in her upper arm. police do have a person of interest. not in custody at this hour, but someone they are trying to track down. this is a domestic incident and it happened in this block of 900 gorsuch avenue. theynot too far from the olioles games at the stadium. they say that they've had some concerns about this address before and now tonight they get this. and that is why a lot of them are talking about a community meeting that is happening in this community tonight in the john hopkins building tonight. mary clark is expected to be there. this shooting in which a woman and her four-year-old son were shot is not in the agenda, but you bet it will be tomorrow night. >> stay with us for the l
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schaffer has more. chris, we know you've been following it. shaunice singletary's story has inspired many. today at johns hopkins, the company out of massachusetts present shaunice with one of their computers. the cost of the equipment would have been more than $8,000. it allows her to do all kinds of activities online, make phone calls and send text messages just by moving her eyes. >> it helps me to be able to communicate with my family. >> reporter: the shooting happened earlier this year along northern parkway. police said they zoo know why the shooting happened. shaunice talked about the shooting and her reaction to it. we'll have more coming up on abc2 news at 11. >> thanks a lot. >>> the nfl react to the replacement rest of. >>> prescription drugs can be just as harmful as the legal ones. >>> and i'm mike masco. it's pretty good conditions right now. spot showers toward the south but more showers toward the west. we'll talk about that and your set of set -- seven-day forecast next. >>> welcome back live to camden yards where we're about 45 minutes away from the first pitch tonight.
attack on the libyan consulate. with more on this, anthony schaffer, author of "operation dark heart." let's start with you. we have to do the different stories on the morning talk shows. you have one show saying this was spontaneous. they had the president on as well, and he says the mother thing. >> you believe the libyan government president, they are allies compare all, they are allies compare all. we have to look as with the facts are revealing. i think the problem is this administration has devoted so much energy to saying we are going to be kinder and and gentler. we wanted a softer, kinder people that want to reach out and hug. unfortunately, the folks we're dealing with don't want to become. we are talking about a very concerted well-planned attack that investor suffered and was not adequately protected and most embarrassing, it happened on the 9/11 anniversary. there is no right of the time this happened. >> colonel peters, at the same time, one of the obama administration criticism has been that we have come across as apologetic. in the middle eastern culture, you don't wa
,000 different explosive odors. hank schaffer say deputy u.s. marshal graduating heading home to spokane, washington, with his partner zion. >> we'll do protective sweep around federal courthouses and different areas. so he'll be working as soon as we get back. >> reporter: they've trained together the past 10 weeks seven days a week. >> he gets a lot of attention. they never remember my name. they will remember his name. >> reporter: there are eight members of the police force in thailand in this graduating class. in 15 years they've been around they've trained 470 dogs who work in 21 countries, but their training does not stop when they graduate. >> once they leave here, they're not done. we maintain making sure they're kept in healthy conditions as well as making sure they're proficient in being able to detect all the various odors. >> reporter: atf trained dogs were used to gather evidence in the washington sniper shootings and countless other high profile cases. >> in fighting violent crime and preventing terrorism they're irreplaceable. >> are you kidding me? it's great. it's aw
is roberta shaffer who is associate was associate librarian for the library of congress. ms. schaffer, why do you call it looks that shaped america? >> well they actually call it looks that shaped america as opposed to some 80 other words we considered like changed america because we think that book slowly have an impact on american society and shaped seemed to be the better word to a imply that connotation. >> when you think of the word shapes what book and exhibit comes to mind? >> actually that is the fabulous part of this exhibit. no one book is shaping america. so many books have had such a profound influence on american culture and society and indeed the very essence of what america is that it would be impossible and it really would be improper to pick one book from the 88 that are here. >> there are 88 books and it the exhibit starts out with common sense. >> it yes it does although the earliest book is actually ben franklin's book on electricity. that is a 1761 so we have two books about common sense. one spock's book on raising your child in a commonsense way and of course tho
debate about how to handle it now and what to do. >> attorney general colonel schaffer on to ask him that question. allen west said this is as a result of the administration's approach to the middle east. listen. >> when you look what is happening all across the middle east, and there is a parallel with jimmy carter. when you depose a leader in the middle east you have to think about the second and third order identification. who is going to fill that leadership void. history has shown when you have that type of void radical islamists are always looking to fill that gap. looking to so-called -- voice moderate take from the administration. >> at least you have to ask the question where has the obama policy gotten us as a country? it was thought to mend all these wounds and mend our reputation around the world it has done anything about but that. >> i'm at alisyn camerota now. >> thanks for clearing that up. >> you are welcome. >> you had it before as megyn kelly. we got it all switched around. >> she really objected to some of those posts. tell tell you what else is happening. mitt ro
schaffer on the air and he's a former cia guy and where is the inteleand why wasn't the cia alered, he said they were told not to do anything. and the arab spring will be good for us and let it go. >> someone knew this was coming, did nothing. i don't mean to be cynical but watching the main stream press beat up on governor romney and distract from this is close to a disgrace. the fundmental issue is why were we so unprepared as a government when everybody knew something would happen. and somebody better. >> gretchen: > absolutely we knew about that protest that was coming in egypt. we knew about it. we told our people to get out of there. holy smokes. if you are sending out those kinds of signals look next door as well. it was a colossal failure of intelligence and i suspect they are going to put off any investigation of this until after the election. >> brian: we find out that some low level state department worker without checking with the state department put out the tweet and initial statement that essentially apologized
me co-author of the book. liberty, no war on women. sabrina schaffer. >> thanks for having me. >> gretchen: it seems they were trying to fire up the base of women on one issue. it seemed to be about contraception . >> single women are a critical base for president obama and like sandra fluke and all of the war on women rhetoric . the problem is women don't want to play identity politics. they want economic growth and job creation. >> gretchen: woman when they think about who to vote for are not just thinking abortion or contraception. they are thinking about their pocket bocks. >> what we wrote in liberty no war on women. there is so much for women and girls today. we have unprecedented opportunity to learn and work and succeed in america and push back on that idea that america is unfair to women what the real war on women is big government is 16 trillion national date and failed anding invasion and creativity and that is threat to women's progress. >> gretchen: look at what single and married women fore. women unmarried. scoin percent president obama and married woman in 2008
has one nearly every american journalism award one could have. bob schaffer said of him that woodward had established himself as the best reporter of our time. he may be the best reporter of all time. from watergate in 1972 to high-level politics of today, he has been on the case, telling us not miss what we want to know, but what we need now. he is disarmingly polite. if he asks you a question, don't answer it. you will find yourself telling him everything that he knows and everything that your mother-in-law knows. he has co-authored more than a dozen books and he has been the number one best-selling nonfiction article for quite a while. his new role is how leaders clashed over the american economy. it clashed that is affecting us today. ladies and gentlemen, bob woodward. [applause] >> thank you. thanks. it's great to be here. i'm going to put myself on the clock so i don't talk too long, and then we have lots of times the questions. and i want to begin by recounting something that occurred about five or six years ago my wife and i were at an aging conference and how to deal with a
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